‘RHOSLC’ Cast SHOCKED About Jen Shah’s Fraudulent Business!
The ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ cast ‘believed everything’ Jen Shah said because of her confidence and security ‘with herself.’
Things have changed since Salt Lake City Housewives star Jen Shah was arrested and charged in a massive fraud, money laundering scheme. Read on since the RHOSLC ladies are SHOCKED Jen Shah…
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CelebnReality247.com reports that the ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ cast ‘believed everything’ Jen Shah because she appeared confident and people “respected her privacy.”
A source EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife:
The ladies on the Salt Lake cast had zero idea about Jen and were completely in shock. They still are stunned. When it came to her money and lifestyle, they believed everything that Jen ever said because she’s such a confident and secure with herself woman but they also respected her privacy and nobody ever pushed back on what she said, Andy [Cohen] included.
The source continued:
He straight up asked her at the reunion and he believed her. The cast is being button-lipped right now over the situation.
As far as whether or not Jen’s legal situation will affect the production of the RHOSLC, our source says since no one involved with the show knew about it before, things are still going forward as planned.
An insider explained:
NBC Universal and Bravo had zero idea about any of this. Production is going forward as normal right now.
As for Jen, 47, she appeared in a federal court in Manhattan via video conference call with her lawyers and even showed off a fresh hairstyle after having her locks silk-pressed.
Where Jen Shah’s case stands at the moment:
- She is facing decades behind bars, if convicted, a press release from The United States Attorney’s Office revealed.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said:
Jennifer Shah, who portrays herself as a wealthy and successful business person on reality television, and Stuart Smith, who is portrayed as Shah’s ‘first assistant,’ allegedly generated and sold ‘lead lists’ of innocent individuals for other members of their scheme to repeatedly scam.